youngish - Griechisch
Brian looked at the youngish woman with the dark hair.
And he does find beauty, or rather beauty finds him because, as you will guess this is a very rich youngish man.
First industrial reverse osmotic systems have appeared only in the beginning of 70th years, therefore it is youngish technology in comparison with the same ionic exchange or adsorption for the activated coals.
She was a graduate student at Columbia And he was this sort of brilliant Youngish Professor,
Their leaders are youngish men in sharp suits, who don't use the language of race, but that of freedom and democracy.
They marveled at the fact that America's democracy can actually make it possible for a youngish African-American to become the leader of the free world.
This guard - he was a youngish bald guy?
Although in 27 years, you'd still be youngish.
If I were youngish, good-looking and broke...
No, you need a youngish excuse to get out of it.
somewhat young: immature, young